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Jeff Tweedy setlist: Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Baltimore, MD 6/9/14

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Jeff Tweedy's shows over the last weekend were truncated sets at festivals, but he and his band's performance last evening was a full-length program with 25 songs and a guest appearance during the encore by Scott McCaughey of the Minus 5, who was the opening band. Here's what Wilco leader Tweedy and his band, made up of guitarist Jim Elkington, bassist Darin Gray, keyboard player Liam Cunningham, and Spencer Tweedy (Tweedy's 18-year old son) on drums, played:

“Down From Above”
“Diamond Light”
“Desert Bell”
“Flowering”
“Honey Combed”
“Summer Noon”
“World Away”
“New Moon”
“High As Hello”
“Where My Love”
“Slow Love”
“Nobody Dies”
“I Am Trying To Break Your Heart”
“New Madrid”
“At Least That's What You Said”
“I’m Always In Love”
“You And I”
“Born Alone”
“Kamera”
“Dawned On Me”
“You Are Not Alone”

Encore:

“Low Key” (w/Scott McCaughey)
“California Stars” (w/Scoff McCaughey)
“Jesus, etc.”
“I'm The Man Who Loves You”

As a bonus, here's the setlist for the Minus 5's opening performance:

“Twilight Distillery”
“The Old Plantation”
“Adios Half Soldier”
“In The Ground”
“The Babe”
“Blue Rickenbacker”
“The Days of Wine and Booze”
“Revolution Blues”
“Aw Shit Man”

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